2019 NAOJ-ngVLA Science Conference
Photograph • September 19th, 2019
Conference picture at the 2019 NAOJ-ngVLA Science Conference, which was the first international ngVLA Science Meeting.
Michael Kramer, Finding the Next Gravity Labs, August 5 2021
Science Video •
New generations of telescopes offer the chance to discover and exploit new radio pulsars, either found in extreme binary systems or orbiting stellar and super-massive black holes. I will briefly summarise the current state of art and will present new results from searching and timing with the MeerKAT telescope as an SKA precursor. These include new discoveries as well as observations of relativistic binaries as probes of gravity, demonstrating the power of radio astronomy in providing unique and complementary insight into fundamental physics.